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    Additional Cities and Places Gallery albums

    I just created a new album for Detroit, Michigan in the Cities and Places Gallery category. I'm going through the other images, and will be creating new albums if there are enough images to warrant it.

    Any suggestions, as always, are welcome. Thanks!

    EDIT: I added many more subcategories under Cities and Places, and changed the hierarchy around a bit.
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    How would I be able to move pictures to a just added, appropriate forum (i.e. moving photos from My Gallery to the Memphis, Tenn. sub category in cities and places.
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    Quote Originally posted by zmanPLAN
    How would I be able to move pictures to a just added, appropriate forum (i.e. moving photos from My Gallery to the Memphis, Tenn. sub category in cities and places.
    There should be a dropdown menu when a photo is displayed, allowing you to move an image into one of the public album..
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    Dan, do you prefer pictures of built environments?

    I have some good photos of built Egypt and Greece--but the pyramids and archaeological sites are, in my opinion, just a little more interesting to view...

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